Overhunting, also known as overharvesting or overfishing, is a critical environmental issue that arises when the rate at which wildlife is hunted exceeds its natural reproduction capacity. This unsustainable practice can lead to the depletion of animal populations, disrupting ecosystems and biodiversity. Overhunting often results from a combination of factors, including increased demand for animal products, inadequate regulatory measures, and technological advancements that enhance hunting efficiency. Species targeted for their meat, fur, or other valuable resources can face extinction or significant population declines, impacting not only the targeted species but also cascading effects on their ecosystems. Conservation efforts, such as implementing strict hunting regulations, promoting sustainable practices, and raising awareness about the consequences of overhunting, are crucial to mitigate the adverse effects on our planet's delicate balance.
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